More stories about Demographics

  • My Generation

    After more than four decades in the swimming pool industry, Ken Rogner retired in May 2011.

  • On the Rise

    Hispanics make up the second-largest ethnic group in the nation, exceeding 50 million people and accounting for 16.3 percent of the population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau

  • Mid-America Show Changes Venues

    After a decade in St. Charles, Ill., the Mid-America Pool & Spa Show will be at a new venue in 2012

  • Salt on Site

    If there’s one ingredient that most pool chemical regimens have in common, it’s chlorine.

  • Methods of Generation

    Electrolytic chlorine generators (ECGs) all operate on the same basic principle: The generation of chlorine from salt water.

  • What Would You Do: Immigration

    Questions about immigration are fraught with confusion and contradiction.

  • Will Coach Abuse Scandal Hurt Swimming?

    The issue of coaches crossing the line with young female swimmers is a hot topic this spring as several high-profile lawsuits have entered the public arena.

  • Reaching Out in New Ways

    “I’m not that savvy about social networking, but I know we have to [do it to] survive and advance.

  • Pediatricians Sign on to Swim Lessons

    A Florida drowning-prevention initiative is expanding with the backing of powerful new allies.

  • Know your market

    Following is a snapshot of the 65 and older generation. This demographic has become the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population: